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Dylan’s Oyster Cellar

3601 Chestnut Ave.

Baltimore, MD 21211

Craving shellfish? Charm City Food Adventures’ pick is Dylan's Oyster Cellar: “The oysters are delicious, but the anchovy baguettes and the fried Baltimore coddie snack items are what make this spot really stand out.”

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Brightside Boutique

732 S. Broadway

Baltimore, MD 21231

“I love shopping in Fell’s Point. They have the cutest little shops and vintage stores along the cobblestoned streets. Brightside Boutique is my favorite for younger and edgier stuff,” says style influencer and jewelry designer Rachel Mulherin.

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Rachel Mulherin

1200 S. Conkling St.

Baltimore, MD 21224

Score a statement piece that’s both earthy and glamorous at once. Fashion influencer and jewelry designer Rachel Mulherin has a studio in Canton where people can shop by appointment to grab something ready-made, or create a custom piece.

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Sammy’s Enoteca

623 Broadway

Baltimore, MD 21231

“Sammy's Enoteca is my go-to for authentic Italian food in Baltimore,” says foodie Jordan of JZ Eats. “The owner, Sam, makes his pasta by hand!” The carbonara is a favorite.

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The Walters Art Museum

600 N. Charles St.

Baltimore, MD 21201

“Go to [Mount Vernon] to get a true city vibe,” says Anastasia Keramidas of LandOfPleasantEating.com. And while you’re at it, she recommends visiting The Walters Art Museum and the George Peabody Library. If you need to stretch your legs a bit more, head to the nearby Mount Vernon Park and walk to the top of the Washington Monument.

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Chaps Pit Beef

5801 Pulaski Hwy.

Baltimore, MD 21205

Douglas Clayton of Charm City Food Adventures is best known for tracking the hot spots in Baltimore’s emerging food scene, and he suggests stopping by Chaps Pit Beef and “topping [Baltimore’s most famous pit beef sandwich] with a heap of onions, pickles and a couple pumps of tiger sauce to enjoy a Baltimore classic!”

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